Watch: What Will 2022 Bring?
Watch: What Will 2022 Bring?
Sherry Smith, Peter Smith and Edahn Golan join Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff and try to answer the question, how long will the party last?
Jewelry sales in the U.S. alone reached new highs, topping $90 billion for the year, with diamond and Rolex sales especially strong.
As the jewelry industry kicks off another year, the question on everybody’s mind seems to be: How long do you think it’s going to last?
For the latest episode of “My Next Question,” Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff was joined by three guests who attempted to provide answers: The Edge Retail Academy’s Sherry Smith, Memoire and Hearts On Fire President Peter Smith, and industry analyst Edahn Golan.
The four of them discussed the reasons behind the industry’s stellar performance in 2021 and shared predictions for 2022.
Join us again for another episode of “My Next Question” on Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 2 p.m. Eastern when Senior Editor, Gemstones, Brecken Branstrator virtually welcomes three guests to discuss the upcoming gem shows in Tucson.
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It begins with a “t” and ends with a “c” and is imbued with warmth and positivity, Peter Smith writes.
The tiny capsule, which is believed to have fallen out of a truck, was lost somewhere along an 870-mile stretch of desert road.
The jeweler’s expansion plans include 20 to 30 more stores in North America and the Middle East over the next two to three years.
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Executives from Fred Meyer Jewelers and Riddles Jewelers have filled the roles.
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The Emerging Designers Diamond Initiative provides diamond credit and mentorship to young brands helmed by BIPOC designers.
Rolex remained No. 1 while a brand known for its pilot watches slipped into the No. 5 spot.
Jewelry designers have until early February to apply to take part in Couture's Diversity Action Council program.
Morgan P. Richardson joins from La Perla.
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Sherry Smith breaks down retailers’ performance last year, including how natural diamonds fared vs. lab-grown.
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